Making God angry should be the last thing a confessing child of God should want to do. However, during Israel’s time in the wilderness with God, after He delivered them from their bondage in Egypt, Israel managed to anger God often.
The complaints of Israel and the mixed multitudes demonstrated and displayed a total lack of faith and trust in Moses' leadership and YeHoVaH’s ability to provide for them what they wanted. This caused great frustration for Moses and Aaron. Frustrated, Moses demanded help from YeHoVaH; His response brought great calamity to the people and addressed Moses' request for help.
In preparation for the study, How to Make God Angry, please read Numbers 11:1-35.